The Annenberg Space for Photography knows how much you enjoy our exhibits and lecture series. So to make sure you stay updated on the current happenings in the world of photography, we have complied a list of stories for you to check out!
Our friend from PhotoInduced recently posted some interesting information about new developments in the realm of photography.
The iPhone is trying to make it into the photography world by creating an adapter that will take high quality pictures straight from your phone. Nonetheless photo induced has remained skeptical considering the Mac track record with its gadget lifespan.
In other news, the world record may have been broken by a massive photo book created by The Brand Union and Lambie-Nairn. The Big Book once complete will be 7.9 tons (including two tons flooring weight and 14 metal frames @ 300KG per section) and will contain 100 pages, is 4m wide and 2.5m high. That's a big book!
In the spirit of big and ground breaking photography, NASA has taken its first ever up-close details of a Saturn storm, which just happens to be eight times the surface area of Earth.
A new photography technique that has people asking some serious questions about boundaries is public photography. Artist Kyle McDonald put a secret camera in public computers in hopes to create a project about people relationships with technology.
And for tips on how to make a boring event something to look at, check out Scott Chernis's advice on event photography!
Hope this jump starts you into a productive hour of searching the web and looking at amazing photos!